Died: November 8, 1888 in San Francisco, CA
- Legislative Altercation: A late-night bar fight (at the Golden Eagle Hotel Saloon) the last week of the 1870 Legislative Session developed after an Assembly attache made a comment "that Hayes resented." It escalated to the point that Assemblyman Charles H. McMillen drew a knife, and the Barkeeper was cut while trying to disarm him.
Source: "A Bit of A Muss", Sacramento Daily Union, April 4, 1870 (Page 3)
Source: History of Political Conventions in California, 1849-1892 by Winfield J. Davis (1893)